Scholarship Opportunity for with the Joanna Briggs Institute in conjunction with the Centre for Remote Health – based in Alice Springs

Scholarship Opportunity for Indigenous allied health professionals with the Joanna Briggs Institute in conjunction with the Centre for Remote Health – based in Alice Springs

The Joanna Briggs Institute in conjunction with the Centre for Remote Health in Alice Springs are encouraging Indigenous clinicians (medicine, nursing, allied health, AHPs/AHWs) to apply to participate in a fully funded Evidence-Based Clinical Fellowship Program (EBCFP). 

Applications close 6th September 2019 and successful applicants will be notified 13th September, 2019. The aim of the EBCFP is to improve skills in implementing evidence in practice and evaluating the effect of practice change. These small projects are an ideal first step towards proficiency in quality improvement and evidence-based practice implementation. The fellowships are aimed at practitioners who have graduated and are working within any kind of clinical setting within central Australia. The program runs over a structured 6-month timeline and participants are provided with a trained mentor to assist them on their journey. There is funding available to cover all attendance expenses for participants, including salary, travel to Alice Springs and accommodation. More information is available in the attached links.

JBI Evidence-based Clinical Fellowship Expression of Interest Flyer 2019_Central Australia

Walbira_Impact Report 2019

If you have any further questions please contact Sonia Hines directly on mobile 0419 642 232 or sonia.hines@flinders.edu.au.